The Flight / Urojahaaj
Director : Buddhadeb Dasgupta / 82 / India / Bengali / 2018
A village mechanic dreams of flying. After discovering the crash site of a World War II Japanese plane, Bachchu Mondal decides to rebuild it. His project doesn’t go unnoticed by the ghosts that haunt the place, all victims of broken dreams. Authorities begin their investigation of Mondal as a life threatening series of bizarre events conspire.
Story, Script & Direction – Buddhadeb Dasgupta
Cinematographer- Asim Bose
Art Direction- Ananda Addhya
Editor – Amitava Dasgupta
Music – Alokananda Dasgupta
Sound Engineer/ Designer- Anirban Sengupta
Associate Director- Sohini Dasgupta
Executive Producer – Swapan Kumar Ghosh
A small newspaper report caught my attention years back. It was about a weird dream of an apparently crazy man. I started developing the concept for my next film when I find that even a naive dream can actually turn to be a threat to the system. It can, as well, land someone up in a misery which he or she doesn’t deserve. I wanted to make a film on journeys of dreams – some lost amidst the growing violence and intolerance of today’s time, some still gasping for life, and some more that are not ready to succumb. The film is on simple human dreams and the dreamers.
I still belief warplanes want to fly far away from war zones just to remember the song of the sky.
Chandan Roy Sanyal